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1 High Street, Glastonbury, BA6 9DP, United Kingdom – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.4/10! (score from 277 reviews)
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Golf Course (within 2 miles)
Food & Drink
WiFi is available in all areas and charges apply.
No parking available.
Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Fax/Photocopying, Honeymoon Suite
Non-smoking Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Designated Smoking Area
2:00 PM - 10:00 PM
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Cribs are not available.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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Based on 277 reviews
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Who'd A Thought It Inn is set in the heart of the historic village of Glastonbury. This traditional English inn has a restaurant and bar. Rooms at Who'd A Thought It Inn have simple, bright décor.
Score from 136 reviews Very good
Nestled in the heart of historic and beautiful Somerset, in what was once the ancient kingdom of Wessex, this modern hotel boasts a 2 AA star accreditation.
Score from 166 reviews Good
No 51 Bed and Breakfast is located in the town of Glastonbury, Somerset. There is free parking and free Wi-Fi access in all areas.
Score from 87 reviews Exceptional
Around 2 miles from Glastonbury, The Bear Inn by Marstons Inns offers accommodation alongside its restaurant, bar and beer garden in Street, Somerset.
Score from 437 reviews Very good
Nice atmosphere and the staff are good, enjoyed getting to know Julie and Ian.I always try to hook here when I can
The room decor was lovely, the breakfast was excellent - I had the Vegetarian and Full English. The central location of the George is a real bonus too.
The shower arm was faulty, the room was like an oven, there was an old Malteser which rolled out from under the bed, and perhaps the landlady could invest in some new tablecloths which arent frayed and perhaps give them an iron? Oh..and napkins always go down well.....
History, atmosphere and location.
noise of a thing ?, on and off, outside on a flat roof near bedroom window.
Loved being in the centre of town and the fact the pub is 15th century, steeped in history that is the reason we booked this hotel. Great breakfast and waitress service. Evening meal was delicious.
Shame most areas of the hotel are in need of an immediate refurbishment looks very battered. The soft furnishings and carpets are very worn and tatty. For the prices they are charging for the rooms I would have at least expected the TV remote to work, we didn't notice this till we went to bed so couldn't watch the news in the morning. People do expect bathrooms to be a bit more up to date. The curtains were hanging unhooked in places and half the bulbs in the room needed replacing.
Atmosphere Warm inside Cosy bedroom very clean with en suite Breakfast very good
No help with bags up two floors of steep stairs Very late check in and early checkout Hard to get served at bar
It's was handy location
No lift and stairs not easy . There was never anyone to help with bags . No phone in room 14 .
The whole character of the building, was amazing. And that we were told the history of the hotel. If only we could have taken a step back in time.
I would have liked to have been in one of the "cell rooms". That will be my choice for next time!
The location and the ambience were excellent.
There was no lift and I had to lug my luggage up to the second floor on a spiral staircase with no assistance from staff.
Everything! The room was huge, the bed was comfy, the staff were friendly and the breakfast was perfect. Being right in the high street is also a bonus.
Beautiful building and excellent location
We missed cooked breakfast due to short time span it was available. No information in room giving details.
Location, right there in the midst of Glastonbury. Good ambiance of medieval castle, also done up for Halloween.
Leaky shower that flooded the bathroom, rubber poached eggs with the yolks gone hard and dry, no gluten free despite indicating this on the booking form, wallpaper peeling off walls, uneven floors, broken furniture in room.
The history and location. A lot of atmosphere. Needs some freshening up, it's a bit tired and can be noisy at night. There's a lot of potential and it could be amazing but it needs some money spending on it. Can't fault the staff.
Noisy at night time!
this hotel was lovely the only thing i didn't like was that there is no hand hold shower, only the one you have to stand underneath which is so horrible and not practical!
Big family room. Location good. Lovely atmospheric hotel. Animated bar in eve. Warm, cosy room. Good breakfast.
It's a 15th century inn, with all the character that implies, in the centre of Glastonbury.
Only bad thing was that we did not stay longer.
Very helpful and friendly manageress, apparently happy to receive a suggestion to improve sleeping comfort. Good breakfast - great atmosphere in the evening. A huge improvement under new management who are working very hard to get things right.
Too hot at night but this may change.
The building and location were great. The room and furniture very atmospheric and a nice bathroom. Mattress felt thin but turned out to be comfortable. We were lucky to get one of the 3 free parking spaces, otherwise it would be £5.90 per day, starting with meter feeding at 9am
Bathroom door catching on carpet strip, an easy fix yet not done. Considering the cost of room, staff could have been more attentive though they weren't unpleasant. The food was microwave with chips but actually quite acceptable. More could be done in order to elevate the status of this hotel.
Location. Old fashion style
Poor mattress Expensive room for what it was
We just enjoyed everything! Such a unique place to go and the hotel makes you feel like you are in a different era, in a different place! Absolutely perfect and it was the first time I felt like home at a hotel! Defenetly going back! Excellent delicious breakfast, excellent service, the decoration both of the room and the whole hotel/ pub made us feel like kings! You just don't get that feeling anywhere else! Also you don't usually get the opportunity to stay in a building from the 15th century! Just amazing!
We liked the location, the atmosphere and the general experience. The staff were friendly and helpful. We experienced a ghostly blue orb which was an honor. A lovely central place in a lovely town. We will stay again for sure.
We did find the room cold to start but we asked the manager if he could put the heating on and he was happy to do so, he came to our room to make sure it had come on. Could use a few more pillows either on the bed or in the wardrobes.
The George and Pilgrim is within easy walking distance of the Tor, Chalice Well and Abbey Ruins. It is the perfect place to stay for a Glastonbury pilgrimage.
Interesting and very old building. Main Street location.
Minimal staffing levels. Apart from breakfast staff, no one around at 8am.
The location of the hotel and the hotel itselfe are just the heart of this lovely town. The room was big, clean and charming. There is a nice bar downstairs and the decoration of the whole hotel is very nicly done
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